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Mall of America warns consumers of phone scammers

Officials with the Bloomington mall say scammers pretending to be affiliated with the mall are calling consumers in hopes of gaining their credit card numbers or other personal information. Within 24 hours the mall received a couple dozen complaints.
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Officials with the Bloomington mall say scammers pretending to be affiliated with the mall are calling consumers in hopes of gaining their credit card numbers or other personal information. Within 24 hours the mall received a couple dozen complaints.

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